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Maidenhead United FC News

Maidenhead United's players have been tipped to come out fighting for survival after a feisty week of football which saw a brawl break out in Saturday's match with Tonbridge Angels.

Johnson'Drax' Hippolyte wants the Magpies to come out 'all guns blazing' in their final matches of the season against Farnborough, Ebbsfleet United, Havant & Waterlooville and Bishops Stortford.

Thursday's 3-1 home


16:00 Mon 14 Apr 2014
Maidenhead Advertiser Tonbridge Angels In today's SportsTALK - Michael, Graeme and Dan look back a feisty encounter at York Road with Conference South Survival on the line. It all kicked off at York Road as Maidenhead United players and
22:15 Thu 10 Apr 2014
Daniel Brown was sent off against Concord for two yellow card offences. Maidenhead United (0) 1, Concord Rangers (2) 3 Maidenhead United produced a spirited finish when down to 10 men, but ultimately paid the price for conceding three goals in the first 50 minutes. The visitors
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14:00 Thu 10 Apr 2014
Johnson Hippolyte MaidenheadUnited boss Johnson Hippolyte (Drax) blasted opposition manager Paul Doswell for showing a lack of respect after the Magpies' 3-2 win over Sutton United on Saturday. Jamie Taylor scored twice to put the visitors 2-1
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18:26 Sat 12 Apr 2014
Maidenhead United manager Johnson Hippolyte Maidenhead United 0, Tonbridge Angels 0 This important clash between two teams battling against relegation from the Conference South finished with neither team earning the result they needed, two players being sent off and acrimonous
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17:30 Thu 10 Apr 2014
Danny Green JohnsonHippolyte said the players were buzzing after the Magpies fought back to clinch the points against Sutton United, describing the mood in the changing room as similar to winning a cup final. But he insists
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08:46 Thu 10 Apr 2014
Danny Green Maidenhead United can take a giant leap towards Conference South safety, if they manage to take the points against ninth-placed Concord Rangers tonight (Thursday). Johnson Hippolyte's Magpies are in a rich vein of form having
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18:30 Wed 16 Apr 2014
Reading FC boss Nigel Adkins. Royals boss Nigel Adkins said the point gained in Monday's 1-1 draw with promoted Leicester City could prove very valuable come the end of the campaign. The Reading boss anticipates the push for the play-offs
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20:00 Thu 17 Apr 2014
Windsor Windsor FC picked up their first piece of silverware as a newly formed club with Tuesday's 3-0 Berks & Bucks Senior Trophy final victory against Reading Town. The Royalists, whose form of late has been
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07:30 Fri 18 Apr 2014
Credit: Horshamrebel.co.uk Slough Town's joint managers have felt for the past few weeks that the Rebels have enough in their locker to reach the play-offs. A play-off berth hasn't yet been guaranteed, but a win against Rugby
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14:41 Mon 31 Mar 2014
wycombe wand Wanderers centre-back Aaron Pierre has extended his loan spell at Adams Park until the end of the campaign. The 21-year-old has had to be patient for his first start, after joining Wanderers from League 1
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Maidenhead United FC News

Maidenhead United FC York RoadMaidenhead United FC play their football in the Blue Square South League and have done since winning promotion to the division in 2007/08.

Nicknamed The Magpies, their home is York Road, a ground that has historical significance as it is recognised as the oldest continuously used football ground in the world.

Boss Johnson Hippolyte has been in charge of the club since 2006 when he took over following the departure of Carl Taylor.

Hippolyte, or Drax as he is well known, is a manager who looks to give youth a chance and he has built a squad based on exciting young talent.

Maidenhead United have struggled in recent seasons, however, and finished the 2011/12 season in the relegation zone but they survived the drop due to a reprieve.

Despite their struggles in the league in that season, they did enjoy a superb run in the FA Cup where they reached the first round proper.

A crowd of just under 3,000 saw them draw 1-1 with League 2 side Aldershot at York Road, they went on to lose 2-0 in the replay.

Return to our Maidenhead United FC page for all the latest football scores, transfer news, pre-match coverage and post-match reaction.


Club: Maidenhead United FC

Nickname: The Magpies

Formed: 1870

Ground: York Road

League: Blue Square South

Chairman: Peter Griffin

Manager: Johnson Hippolyte

Twitter: @MUFCYorkRoad

Website: www.pitchero.com/clubs/maidenheadunited